Code Changes 2017

Code Changes 2017

Editor’s Note. This article was originally published by Electrical Construction & Maintenance magazine (EC&M), Electrical Wholesaling’s sister publication. EW’s editors selected the NE Code changes they believe may provide additional sales opportunities with the electrical products distributors sell. Our thanks to Mike Holt and EC&M for letting us publish this article last month and this month in Electrical Wholesaling. Check out www.ecmweb.com and www.mikeholt.com for more information on the National Electrical Code. This article was originally published in EC&M’s Nov. 2016 issue.

From EC&M:

As we do every three years, we’re proud to present one of the most important articles we publish. After reviewing more than 4,000 proposals during the last Code cycle, acting on them, and reviewing public comments made on the accepted changes, the NFPA Code Making Panels and Technical Committee have wrapped up work on the latest edition of the National Electrical Code (NEC). The 2017 NEC was published last month by the NFPA and is now available.

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